LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - The holidays are upon us and the twinkling of lights will be on display in many communities.
The annual holiday celebration in Mason, otherwise known as "Hometown USA" gets started Friday night. The event includes a light parade, music from the Mason High School marching band, and the lighting of the Christmas tree in front of the courthouse.
The parade steps off at 6:15 from Bond Park, with the tree lighting happening right after.
Also Friday night:
A drive- thru light display at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn.
The "Night Lights" display features 65 different themes and a 250- foot lighted tunnel, spanning three miles of MIS property.
It costs $20 per car, and runs until 10 o'clock Friday night. Check their Facebook page for more times as the display is up through the holidays.